Allied Alfa Allroad Long-Term Review: The Antidote To The N+1 Rule

Allied Cycle Works is not your average bicycle company. The brainchild of several industry veterans, Allied doesn’t design and engineer its carbon-fiber frame and forks in-house only to then contract manufacturing overseas. Instead, the entire process is performed under the same roof in Little Rock, Arkansas. This compact supply chain offers a number of logistical … The post Allied Alfa Allroad long-term review: The antidote to the N+1 rule appeared first on CyclingTips .

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